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Fukada Chokujō was (1861-1947) born in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. He moved up to Kyoto, an ancient capital of Japan, an ...

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“Keshi-Zu (Opium Poppies Painting)” by Sakai Dōitsu

Sakai Dōitsu (1845-1913) was born in 1845 in Edo. He was the secon ...

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Okamoto Shūki (1807-1862) was a painter active from the late to end of the Edo period in Japan. He was mainly good at ...

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Botan ni Shōkin-zu (Peonies and Small Birds)

Maruyama Ōryū (1817-1875) was born as a son of Terai Hisajirō who ran a K ...

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In the Edo period, a great number of artists were active in the field of painting other than Kanō school and Tosa sch ...

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Gōkura Senjin was born in 1892 at a kimono merchant’s house in Toyama Prefecture. After graduating from the lac ...

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Ochiai Rōfū (1896-1937) released “Eva”, which had incredibly unique theme for Japanese paintings, at the 6th Inten Ex ...

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Kikuchi Keigetsu was a Japanese painter who was active from the late Meiji period to the mid-Shōwa period. Together w ...

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At the age of 17, Kikkawa Reika was deeply impressed by the work of the Fukko Yamato-e painter Reizei Tamechika who w ...

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Kawamura Manshū was a Japanese painter who lived from the Meiji era to the early Shōwa era. He studied under Yamamura ...